Copy of the slides presented during webinar on March 27th, 2014 on the newly published PSR/RPS Canada Competencies for Canadian Recovery-Oriented PSR Practitioners. Presented by Vicky Huehn, President PSR/RPS Canada, Regina Casey, and Dorothy Edem.
This webinar will present an introduction to the core principles and practices of person-centered recovery planning (PCP), and will identify how this approach differs from traditional approaches to mental health care. The presentation will articulate both processes and outcomes of the PCP approach. The webinar will offer both didactic and experiential-based strategies that reflect strengths-based, person-centered principles while also considering documentation requirements. Practical strategies for leaders, practitioners, and persons in recovery will be shared throughout as a way to stimulate the adoption of person-centered planning across all levels of the service system.
Content by Darren Wiebe as part of the July 24th, 2014 webinar session on Strengths Based Assessment
Presented as part of this year's PSR/RPS Canada National Conference in Toronto, this workshop will describe an innovative Canadian platform specifically designed to support learning and advance recovery-oriented PSR practice while building strong community partnerships with people with lived experience, practitioners, researchers, educators, students and administrators. Participants will learn about current and future education, research and knowledge translation activities and be encouraged to participate. Objectives: Describe the history and current trends in PSR education in BC Outline the PSR post-degree Diploma Program at Douglas College Describe an innovative platform specifically designed to support learning and advance recovery-oriented PSR practice while building a strong learning community Identify future education, research and knowledge translation activities and encourage participation
Copy of the ppt presentation accompanying Dec 10th Employment Initiative webinar session. Presented by Dr. Regina Casey and Chris Arnold, MSc.